As you age, teeth are more and more likely to stain, especially if you consume a lot of acidic foods that can wear down enamel. Thankfully, there is a way to effectively address stains in teeth, even if they have been there for years. With KoR teeth whitening in Austin, TX, you can break down stubborn stains and do so without having to deal with teeth sensitivity, heat lamps, or disappointing results ever again! To learn how it works and if treatment is right for you, contact our dentists at MMS Family Dentistry today!
KoR whitening can be performed in two different ways. The first is through in-office treatment, which makes your teeth multiple shades brighter in just one hour! We typically recommend in-office treatment if you have much deeper stains. However, if you’d prefer to whiten teeth on your own time, take-home whitening may be a feasible option for you as well. This method can provide results very similar to in-office treatment; the difference is you wear whitening trays at home filled with bleaching gel while you sleep over the next two weeks.
If you wish you had a whiter smile, there’s a good chance that you are already a perfect candidate for teeth whitening treatment. If you’re worried about teeth sensitivity, keep in mind that KoR’s blend of bleaching gels avoids this problem entirely because of its desensitizing agents. Even those with sensitive teeth can reap the benefits of teeth whitening treatment with KoR!
With that said, all candidates for teeth whitening should have good oral health. If decay or gum disease is present, this will need to be addressed first.
There are many benefits to choosing KoR whitening for your next cosmetic treatment, including but not limited to:
Once your treatment is complete, it’s very important that you maintain an excellent oral care routine at home. This means brushing twice a day and flossing daily. You should also be scheduling routine cleanings at our dental office to keep your teeth fresh and stain-free. Stay away from richly-pigmentated foods and beverages like red wine, tomato sauce, black coffee, and anything else that could potentially stain your teeth. If you struggle to quit these items, make sure to at least rinse your mouth out with water or brush your teeth as soon as you consume them to prevent staining.